RHL Activities is pleased to announce that the ACU British Under 21 Motocross Championship, which runs within the Judd KTM British Youth Championship, will have a big prize money pot up for grabs at the end of the 2019 season.
The Official British Under 21 Championship class plays an important role for youngsters looking to progress in their careers and it’s set to be an exciting season of hot competition in 2019. RHL Activities understands the importance of having this feeder ‘stepping stone’ class for riders to cut their teeth whilst preparing to make the jump into the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship, and is fully supportive of ensuring the category is a success. The British Under 21 Championship class will offer a healthy prize fund up for the top eight riders in the standings at the end of the season, which offers an increased incentive for riders competing in the series.
Prize Money Breakdown (End of Year)
1st – £2,000
2nd – £1,250
3rd – £900
4th – £600
5th – £500
6th – £400
7th – £300
8th – £200
Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities:
“I am pleased to see the prize money awarded at the end of the year for the British Under 21 Championship increased to a £6,000 prize pot. The British Under 21 Championship is in place for riders making the transition from youth racing into the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship and EMX Championships, as we understand the huge challenge for a rider making that step. We look forward to a competitive season whilst seeing riders progressing and developing into the future stars of the sport.”
For more information on the 2019 ACU British Under 21 Motocross Championship head over to www.rhlactivities.com
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